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## Homework Statement

I’m being asked to prove if and why (what instances in which) T<0 for the Laplace transform property of time shifting doesn’t hold.

## Homework Equations

L{f(t-T)}=e^-aT* F(s)

## The Attempt at a Solution

I know that for T<0 there are instances where the property cannot hold, but I cannot think of an example where the property would fail. (I know the “if”, but not the “why”)